William L. Nolte - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Family Biography

William L. Nolte’s height is 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

William L. Nolte is American second unit director or assistant director

Best Known For Movie: Bride of the Monster
Born: December 16, 1889, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Filmography: Curfew Breakers (1957), Last of the Desperados (1955), Bride of the Monster (1955), Outlaw Women (1952), Craig Kennedy, Criminologist (1952), The Big Cat (1949), Driftin’ River (1946), Romance of the West (1946), Sweethearts of the U.S.A. (1944), Texas Trouble Shooters (1942), Souls in Pawn (1940), Roll Wagons Roll (1940), Wild Horse Range (1940), Land of the Six Guns (1940), Pinto Canyon (1940), Covered Wagon Trails (1940), The Cheyenne Kid (1940), Westbound Stage (1939), Feud of the Range (1939), Gangsters on the Loose (1937), Jungle Menace (1937), The Silver Trail (1937), Santa Fe Rides (1937), Dark Manhattan (1937), Hats Off (1936), Vengeance of Rannah (1936), Ambush Valley (1936), Rip Roarin’ Buckaroo (1936), Aces Wild (1936), Cavalcade of the West (1936), The Riding Avenger (1936), Feud of the West (1936), The Millionaire Kid (1936), Wildcat Saunders (1936), Hair-Trigger Casey (1936), Ridin’ On (1936), Dangerous Waters (1936), Senor Jim (1936), La última cita (1936), Texas Jack (1935), Trigger Tom (1935), Midnight Phantom (1935), Last of the Clintons (1935), The Live Wire (1935), Frontier Justice (1935), Rio Rattler (1935), Now or Never (1935), The Laramie Kid (1935), The Test (1935), Toll of the Desert (1935), Silent Valley (1935), Born to Battle (1935), The Pecos Kid (1935), The Lost City (1935/I), Wolf Riders (1935), North of Arizona (1935), The Lost City (1935/II), Loser’s End (1935), Unconquered Bandit (1935), Terror of the Plains (1934), West on Parade (1934), Inside Information (1934), Rawhide Mail (1934), Mystery Ranch (1934), Romance Revier (1934), Nevada Cyclone (1934), Kiss of Araby (1933), Jungle Bride (1933), A Strange Adventure (1932), Malay Nights (1932), The Scarlet Brand (1932), Cyclone Kid (1931), Headin’ for Trouble (1931), Untamed Mistress (1956), Craig Kennedy, Criminologist (1952), The Hawk of Powder River (1948), The Westward Trail (1948), Tornado Range (1948), Check Your Guns (1948), Cheyenne Takes Over (1947), Shadow Valley (1947), The Fighting Vigilantes (1947), Black Hills (1947), Return of the Lash (1947), Stage to Mesa City (1947), Ghost Town Renegades (1947), Pioneer Justice (1947), Border Feud (1947), West to Glory (1947), Range Beyond the Blue (1947), Law of the Lash (1947), Wild Country (1947), Stars Over Texas (1946), Tumbleweed Trail (1946), Swing, Cowboy, Swing (1946), Bullets and Saddles (1943), Black Market Rustlers (1943), Cowboy Commandos (1943), Sarong Girl (1943), Land of Hunted Men (1943), Haunted Ranch (1943), Two Fisted Justice (1943), Trail Riders (1942), War Dogs (1942), Texas to Bataan (1942), Arizona Stage Coach (1942), Take My Life (1942), Texas Trouble Shooters (1942), Boot Hill Bandits (1942), Rock River Renegades (1942), Thunder River Feud (1942), Underground Rustlers (1941), Tonto Basin Outlaws (1941), Saddle Mountain Roundup (1941), Fugitive Valley (1941), Wrangler’s Roost (1941), Tumbledown Ranch in Arizona (1941), The Kid’s Last Ride (1941), The Trail of the Silver Spurs (1941), Riders from Nowhere (1940), West of Pinto Basin (1940), Trailing Double Trouble (1940), The Range Busters (1940), Roll Wagons Roll (1940), Riders of the Frontier (1939), Down the Wyoming Trail (1939), The Man from Texas (1939), Sundown on the Prairie (1939), Song of the Buckaroo (1938), Heroes of the Alamo (1937), Melody of the Plains (1937), Too Much Beef (1936), Square Dance Jubilee (1949), Law of the Lash (1947), Land of Hunted Men (1943), Two Fisted Justice (1943), Saddle Mountain Roundup (1941), Sundown on the Prairie (1939), Ahora seremos felices (1938), Boots of Destiny (1937), Gun Play (1935), The Silver Bullet (1935), Big Boy Rides Again (1935), The Cactus Kid (1935), The Scarlet Brand (1932), The Man from New Mexico (1932), The Law of the Plains (1929), The Man from Nevada (1929), The Duke Is Tops (1938), Life Goes On (1938), Big Boy Rides Again (1935).
Other Names: Bill Nolte, WM. Nolte, William Nolte, Wm. Nolte, Wm Nolte
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: Film Director, Second Unit Director Or Assistant Director
Died: November 9, 1965, Los Angeles, California, United States
Spouse: Edna J. Cella (m. 1928), Mary E. Rupert (m. 1915–1925)
Height: 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

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